University of Isfahan UI

Name University of Isfahan
Abbreviation UI
Organization Type School
Website http://ui.ac.ir/
Contact Phone 983137932128
Address University of Isfahan Azadi Square
City Isfahan
Country Iran
Description The UI Faculty of Foreign Languages was established as an independent faculty in 1974. The Faculty consists of the following departments: Department of English Language and Literature, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Department of French Language and Literature, Department of German Translation, Department of Armenian Literature and Department of Linguistics. The Department of English Language and Literature, which is the oldest department of the faculty, was established in 1958 and the departments of French Language and Literature, Armenian Studies, Arabic Language and Literature, German Language and Literature and Linguistics were founded in 1959, 1960, 1962, 1994 and 2006 respectively. There were a total of 1352 students studying in B.A, M.A and PhD programs of the faculty in 2011.
Admission Criteria Has admission criteria.

Training Offers training.

B.A., M.A. and PhD. programs plus extracurricular workshops.
Credential Offers credential(s).
B.A, M.A. and PhD.

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